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Vocabulary games for upper-intermediate and advanced students
 
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Having high-level students seems to be fun: you can talk about anything. Make sure to check out Alexander's vocabulary games to make all that speaking a little bit more organized.⬇⬇⬇ ......................................................... Skyteach — открытое сообщество преподавателей английского языка, выбирающих гибкий и комфортный формат работы онлайн, самые прогрессивные методики обучения, переход к образованию будущего уже сейчас вместе со Skyeng. Skyeng — крупнейшая онлайн-школа английского языка в Восточной Европе, где все уроки проходят в виртуальном классе Vimbox. Наша школа быстро растет и уже прямо сейчас кто-то из 28 000 студентов ждет Вас! Станьте преподавателем Skyeng по ссылке: http://skyteach.ru/y-job
How To Use A Relay Race To Teach Vocabulary - Easy ESL Games
 
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In this video, we show you how you can use a Relay Race to teach vocabulary in your classes. This game is really simple and we love it because of the teamwork required to play. Teamwork is a really easy way to get even you quietest students speaking in class because students tend to focus more on helping their teammates then on making gramatical errors. If you have any questions about how you can apply this game to your class, let us know in the comment section. - Kevin & Steve Make sure to find all of our materials on Teachers Pay Teachers: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Easy-Esl-Games For classroom games please check out our website: http://www.easyeslgames.com We made an album specifically designed for use in ESL/EFL classrooms. You can get it here https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Easy-Kids-Songs-for-Preschool-and-ESL-3153188 https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/easy-esl-songs-vol.-1/id1166424344 Please like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/easyeslgames/ Please follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/EasyESLGames Plus us on Google Plus: https://www.google.com/+Easyeslgames1978
Views: 27689 Easy ESL Games
Vocabulary Games & Activities - ESL - "Sprite"
 
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http://eslinsider.com/how-to-teach-english-videos/vocab-games Learn more vocabulary games & activities above. "Sprite" is a simple, fun and effective activity that can be used with vocabulary. It requires no prep and it is effective. Students get to practice speaking, writing and somewhat reading. Kids will enjoy this when you make it a competition. It's also cool because it doesn't waste time. The other students can help them spell and then after you can say it as a group. It's efficient. This video was filmed in a public school in Changwon, Korea. It will work well with children in elementary school. _____________________________________________________ ESLinsider serves up fresh resources for ESL teachers: how-to videos, online TEFL courses, interviews with ESL teachers in Asia, ebooks and a blog. You can learn how to teach English with videos, find solutions to classroom problems, and get ideas for your lessons. It also has a blog where you can learn about teaching and living in Asia: Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan. _____________________________________________________ Resources: http://www.eslinsider.com Blog: http://www.eslinsider.com/blog How-to videos: http://www.eslinsider.com/how-to-teach-english-videos Online TEFL courses - effective, efficient + economical http://www.course.eslinsider.com/ Subscribe and Follow: https://twitter.com/ESLinsider http://www.pinterest.com/eslinsider/ http://feeds.feedburner.com/eslinsider/ https://www.youtube.com/user/lipofootoo
Views: 85592 Ian Leahy
ESL Game : Password
 
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"Password" is a great game that can be used again and again for revision of vocabulary. This is a game every ESL teacher should know. This game is great with kids, teens and adults and is always a popular game with groups. For more games and ideas visit http://www.eslkidsgames.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/EslKidsGames Twitter: https://twitter.com/eslkidsgames Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/eslkidsgames/
Views: 333201 ESL Kids Games
My favourite ESL class game
 
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Rules- Before class prepare a key of what weapons will go in each grid space. Divide the class into teams, each person has 3 lives. Draw a 10x10 grid on the board. Ask students the revision questions, whoever gets the question right can choose a square. Tell the student what the square contains. Gun= take one life point away. Two guns = Take two life points from the same person or one each of 2 people. Bomb= The answer-er loses one life point. Fire= The whole team loses one life point. Heart= Add one life point. The team that still has people alive in the end wins. Change the names of the values if you wish. If enough people press 'like' I will add more games.
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Advanced English 1a - Vocabulary - Olympic Games
 
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This is a lesson for the ADVANCED English language learner. The theme is the 2008 Olympic Games, and I focus on VOCABULARY, LISTENING, and GRAMMAR skills. This is PART ONE (the first half) and we study vocabulary. Be sure to watch the second half.
Views: 198721 JenniferESL
TEFL Online Tutorial:  Teaching English With Games
 
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Here are three examples of how to incorporate games into your ESL and EFL classes.
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Teaching Grammar with Board Races - TEFL ESL
 
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When your class needs a change of pace, you can practice basic language points in unusual ways. A board race, as demonstrated here, will re-energize your class. In this game students must categorize the two forms of comparative adjectives.
Views: 501089 BridgeTEFL
Improve Your English Vocabulary: Intermediate, Venice Beach
 
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Learn English intermediate level vocabulary while visiting Venice Beach, California. Fun and easy. Definitions shown at the end of the video at 02:11
Views: 501 Kath Katsenis
5 Succsessful ESL Speaking Activites
 
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Oscar Garcia and Brynn Nightenhelser demonstrate 5 Successful ESL speaking activities from Dr. Folse's book, The Art of Teaching Speaking.
Views: 450244 Brynn Nightenhelser
Games To Learn English Vocabulary - Learn English and Have Fun!
 
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------------------------------------------------------------------------------- INSTALL NOW FOR ANDROID: http://bit.ly/GamesToLearnEnglish ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Do you like learning English and having fun? Are you frustrated or bored learning English as a second (or third? or fourth!) language? Do you like playing games in English? Looking for a fun and addictive game to rapidly expand your English vocabulary? Unlike most “learn English” games, with the GAMES TO LEARN ENGLISH VOCABULARY you will never be stuck. You can always keep playing and you will automatically learn and discover the meaning of the words you don’t recognize on your first attempt. ● Choose image correct with text and sound of Vocabulary. Each level have over 20 Vocabulary. User must choose 1 answer correct to move next question. User have 3 heart, each choose wrong answer user will lost 1 heart. If choose over 3 wrong answer, game play will stop and user can choose play from begin or review their is answer. ● During the game, the number of answers increases as 2,4,6,9,12 answers. Each one question user have 3s to answer. If time out, game play will be stop and user can choose play from begin or review their is answer. GAMES TO LEARN ENGLISH VOCABULARY FEATURES: - Includes thousands of words across 30+ levels (more coming soon) - Adaptive gameplay shows you more choices as your skills improve - Unique game mechanics that will make you want to keep playing - Super easy to use for all ages - Unlock new levels and track your progress If you want to learn English and having fun? DOWNLOAD IT NOW. YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT!
English Vocabulary Games, Beginner
 
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English Vocabulary Games, Beginner
American Teacher in Ukraine: English Word Games for Vocabulary & Fluency, by Eve Smith (FULL)
 
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VIDEO LINK = http://youtu.be/3r46YcOCnME = American Teacher in Ukraine: English Word Games for Vocabulary and Fluency, lecture "Developing Vocabulaty through games" done by American Teacher Eve Smith. = VIDEO LINK = http://youtu.be/3r46YcOCnME SUBSCRIBE to MY CHANNEL = http://www.youtube.com/user/ufensia/featured Some materials from TESOL 2014 presentation of Ms Elinor Westfold and Ms loren Lee Chiesi were used for the current presenation. Presenation at the meeting of Teacher Development Summer Institute titled "Building on what we have learned and moving forward", July 3-d-5-th 2014, Kiev, UKRAINE. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Если ВЫ хотите помочь каналу, линк для Спонсоров - https://www.patreon.com/drvictorfursov Do you really like my Video and appreciate my efforts? I will be really grateful for your donations: https://www.patreon.com/drvictorfursov And it really works, thanks! Welcome to this page be my Patron/Sponsor and to know more about my work and my Video!!! \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\ Recorded: July 04-th, 2013, Kyiv, Ukraine Explicit written and oral permission to record and upload this original video was kindly received from the interviewed person (lecturer). We express our sincere ackowledgement for this kindness. TESOL-Ukraine and the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine have been running a number of ELT projects over several years aimed at providing continuous professional development and sustaining an ELT professional network in Ukraine. The goal of this Summer Institute is to consolidate experience and resources in using IT-technologies in ELT &ELL process, motivate teachers of high and higher schools in Ukraine to implement IT-technologies on permanent basis, disseminate active learning and teaching methods among English language teachers, organize a working group of English teachers to participate in Internet project "Enforce English On-line”. PROGRAM DESCRIPTION The Institute is for teachers of secondary schools and universities,TESOL-Ukraine members[1]. The program will suggest the following subthemes: Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Developing Integrated Skills through Internet Creating Web-content Collaboratively Encouraging English Learning through the WWW Successful On-line Activities and Projects Building Teaching Skills Through the Interactive Web Considerations for Writing Assessment Recorded: July 04-th 12th, 2013, Kyiv, Ukraine American Teacher EVE SMITH. = Former English Language Fellow in China and Russia with the U.S. Department of State’s Office of English Language Programs, Eve Smith is currently working in the English Language Centre at the University of Macau as a Senior Instructor, head teacher for the advanced level course, Upper Level Convener for the two upper level courses, and Special Events Coordinator. In addition, she occasionally serves as English Language Specialist with the U.S. Department of State, and has conducted English language teacher trainings in Mexico, Taiwan, Pakistan, Ukraine and The Republic of Georgia. As a Fellow in China, in addition to teaching undergraduate and graduate EFL courses and developing syllabi at Anhui University, she initiated, developed and coordinated annual teacher training conferences for university and high school teachers in the province. Her summers were spent in Asia as a teacher trainer for Summerbridge Hong Kong, preparing faculty in the fundamentals of teaching ESL, assessment, classroom management and lesson planning. Previously, Ms. Smith taught EFL and ESL at Georgia State University, Western Chongqing University in China, and Bridge Languages, which is a private language school in Atlanta, Georgia. She has also worked as an intensive English Language Instructor with Georgetown University and USAID in Sofia,Bulgaria, where she prepared regional recipients of USAID grants to matriculate into graduate level programs at US institutions. TAGS: University, institute, project, grant, job, search, research, children, child, lecture, lecturing, professor, английский, английского, язык, языка, учитель, ученик, студент, репетитор, учебник, экзамен, тесты, проект, проекты, грант, сдавать, иммиграция, эмигрант, эмиграция, учить, работа, работу, искать, 2014, 2014, teacher, 2014, 2014, American Teacher: Explicit written and oral permission to record and upload this original video was kindly received from the interviewed person (lecturer). We express our sincere ackowledgement for this kindness. VIDEO LINK = http://youtu.be/3r46YcOCnME
WARM-UP ACTIVITIES
 
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Warm your students up with one of these activities and they`ll never get bored :) Find me on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/448981031872167/ More ideas for teachers: www.english-corner.cz
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Vocabulary Games - ESL - "Picture This"
 
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How to teach English videos http://eslinsider.com/how-to-teach-english-videos/vocab-games Vocabulary Games - ESL - "Picture This" _____________________________________________________ ESLinsider serves up fresh resources for ESL teachers: how-to videos, online TEFL courses, interviews with ESL teachers in Asia, ebooks and a blog. You can learn how to teach English with videos, find solutions to classroom problems, and get ideas for your lessons. It also has a blog where you can learn about teaching and living in Asia: Taiwan, China, Korea and Japan. _____________________________________________________ Resources: http://www.eslinsider.com Blog: http://www.eslinsider.com/blog How-to videos: http://www.eslinsider.com/how-to-teach-english-videos Online TEFL courses - effective, efficient + economical http://www.course.eslinsider.com/ Subscribe and Follow: https://twitter.com/ESLinsider http://www.pinterest.com/eslinsider/ http://feeds.feedburner.com/eslinsider/ https://www.youtube.com/user/lipofootoo
Views: 5112 Ian Leahy
TOP 20 ESL games to get your students talking!
 
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At Linguish, we thrive on getting our ESL students to actually speak in English. To do this we use ESL games and activities to teach the best way we can: with fun! Here are our favorite and Top 20 games to get your ESL students talking in English: 20. The Divider 0:03 19. Directions 0:48 18. Hangman 2:04 17. Rock Paper Scissors Drill 3:00 16. Four Corners 3:52 15. Paper Planes 5:09 14. Big Circle, small circle 6:17 13. The Human Knot 7:22 12. I spy (variations) 8:53 11. London Bridge 9:30 10. Tic Tac Toe 10:03 9. Countdown 10:40 8. The Price is Right 12:11 7. Numbered Heads 13:12 6. Supercards 14:24 5. Mingle 15:02 4. Teacher Says 15:52 3. King of the Hill 17:11 2. Pair Share 18:23 1. Cannons, Hearts and Bombs 19:35 You're an ESL teacher looking to know more about games, activities for your classroom ? Subscribe and visit our facebook page https://www.facebook.com/linguish.france/ Our website: https://linguish.fr/ Have fun teaching these ESL games in your classroom!
Language Art Games for Primary School : Teaching Language Arts & More
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehow Language arts games for primary school are a great way to introduce kids to topics that may seem more advanced. Find out about language arts games for primary school with help from an education director at Aspen Learning in this free video clip. Expert: Tenley Hardin Contact: limitlessheart.com/ Bio: Tenley Hardin has a Bachelor of Theatre Arts from the University of Michigan (2001) and a Master of Arts in English from Belmont University (2005). Filmmaker: Nicholas Wilson Series Description: Language arts is very important for elementary school kids, high school kids and everyone in between. Learn about language arts and teaching with help from an education director at Aspen Learning in this free video series.
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Vocabulary games for beginners and elementary students
 
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Skyeng teacher Sasha came up with a couple of games to help your low-level students speak more and enjoy your lessons! Check it out! ⬇⬇⬇ ..................................................... Skyteach — открытое сообщество преподавателей английского языка, выбирающих гибкий и комфортный формат работы онлайн, самые прогрессивные методики обучения, переход к образованию будущего уже сейчас вместе со Skyeng. Skyeng — крупнейшая онлайн-школа английского языка в Восточной Европе, где все уроки проходят в виртуальном классе Vimbox. Наша школа быстро растет и уже прямо сейчас кто-то из 28 000 студентов ждет Вас! Станьте преподавателем Skyeng по ссылке: http://skyteach.ru/y-job
Advanced English 1b - Vocabulary - Olympic Games
 
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This is a lesson for the ADVANCED English language learner. The theme is the 2008 Olympic Games, and there are 3 main parts. This is PART ONE (the second half) and we study vocabulary. Be sure to watch the first half.
Views: 99651 JenniferESL
Games for Students to Help Build Comprehension : Teaching With Games
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehow Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehow Certain games are great for helping your students build upon their existing reading comprehension. Find out about games for students to help build comprehension with help from an experienced teacher in this free video clip. Expert: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster Bio: Cristina Gutierrez-Brewster has successfully improved the reading and writing skills of fifth-through-eighth grade, inner-city youths for six years. Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz Series Description: Being a teacher doesn't have to be all "textbooks" and "written exams" - your curriculum can include games designed to help students learn while having fun, too. Get teaching tips and learn a few new tricks for the classroom with help from an experienced teacher in this free video series.
Views: 140518 eHow
Classroom English: Vocabulary & Expressions for Students
 
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http://www.engvid.com Are you the new student in your English class? Do you understand what your teacher is saying? In this lesson, we will go over some of the vocabulary, expressions, and questions that you might hear in class. What do you say if they are speaking too fast or if you didn't hear? It can be stressful to ask questions, but after this lesson, you will be more confident participating and interacting with your teacher and classmates. Take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/classroom-english/ TRANSCRIPT: Hi. Welcome again to www.engvid.com. I'm Adam. Today's lesson comes as a request, because I know that there are actually quite a few of you who are teachers of English, and you wanted to know some classroom English. So, today, we're going to look at classroom English. This is more for beginners, especially people who have just joined an English class, an ESL class, EFL class, etc. and you're starting to get used to the classroom environment, and you're not exactly sure what the teacher is saying, what you should say, etc. We're going to start with the teachers. What do teachers say that you need to understand? Okay? [Clears throat] Excuse me. First, the teacher will take attendance, or the teacher will take roll call. Sorry, these are two separate words, "roll call". Basically, they want to know who is here and who is not here. Okay? So, if a student is in the class, he or she is present. So, if the teacher says: -"Bill?" -"Present." -"Mary?" -"Present." -"Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?" Bueller is absent. He or she is not in the class. So, "absent", not here. "Present", here. If the teacher has finished with attendance and starts to teach the class, and a student comes in then, that student is late. And they get a little check. Too many lates, you get into trouble. Now, you could be absent, but you can have an excused absent, means that you have a note from your parents, from your doctor, from your boss, or the teacher just knows that you're not coming today and it's okay; it's excused. Now, the teacher will give you commands. He or she will tell you to do things. Okay? So, it's very important that you understand what to do. If a teacher says: "Put up your hand", or: "Raise your hand to ask a question, to make a comment, to ask to go to the bathroom", put up your hand. Raise your hand. Don't speak out. Because if everybody speaks out, it's just noise. Put up your hand, ask your question, get your answer. Okay? Then, the teacher will ask you: "Take out your notebooks. Take out your pens. Take out your earphones." Basically, get them ready, we are going to use them. Okay. "Take your seats." Basically means sit down, sit. Okay? So, he's trying to get organized, or she is trying to get organized. Next, they'll say: "Take out your book. Turn to page 37." Means open your book, page 37, let's start reading, working, etc. Now, if the teacher wants you to do things, but not alone... For example, if you're doing math, yeah, you do it alone no problem. If you're doing ESL, the teacher will want you to work in pairs. It means two people together, so you can speak. "Work in groups", means get into a few people together; three, four, five. If he wants a specific number, he will say: "Get into groups of", or: "Work in groups of three." So, you find your two friends, three sit together, do the exercise. Now, if the teacher... As everybody's talking, the teacher wants everybody be quiet and listen to one student, he will say or she will say: "Please pay attention to Jack. Jack is going to speak. Everybody, please pay attention to Jack." Or if you're doing exercise, if the teacher wants you to be careful about one word or one grammar structure: "Pay attention to the independent clause." Means be very focused, be aware. Okay? So, these are the basic things you need to know what... That your teacher will say. Now, you're the student, you have questions or you don't understand something, what are you going to say or what are you going to ask?
CONNOTATIONS (1/2)  - English Vocabulary
 
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Vocabulary practice for the ADVANCED English language learner. In this lesson I explain the importance of knowing connotations (word associations), and I offer exercises to check your understanding. This is PART ONE of a lesson in two parts. (You'll also learn about my decision to become a YouTube Guru!)
Views: 120533 JenniferESL
Top 10 Games for the Classroom
 
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Tom Vasel, Sam Healey, and Zee Garcia take a look at the best educational games for use in the middle school or high school classrooms. Buy great games at http://www.coolstuffinc.com Find more reviews and videos at http://www.dicetower.com
Views: 771813 The Dice Tower
LEARN ENGLISH VOCABULARY - Shadow of war - Advanced ESL Lesson
 
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Middle Earth: Shadow of war - Game-play trailer. English speaking. Vocabulary. ESL. Learn English. Speaking. Conversation. Advanced ESL learning video.
Views: 187 NEAR-NATIVE ENGLISH
Practice your VOCABULARY, LISTENING, and COMPREHENSION with this game
 
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Want to improve your listening skills and improve your vocabulary at the same time? Do you want to have fun while learning? In this video, I will teach you common words we use while describing people's faces. Then, you will practice your listening skills in a fun and interesting activity. Get a pen and paper ready for this interactive and hands-on video. If you want even more practice, try my helpful quiz at the end of the video at https://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-listening-comprehension-faces-game/ #engvid #vocabulary #LearnEnglish Next, watch my video on 11 'MIND' Expressions in English: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_N9iPueids&list=PLaNNx1k0ao1u-x_nKdKNh7cKALzelzXjY&index=12 TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and in today's video we are going to do something very special. Okay? We are going to practice our listening skills by doing a really, really fun activity that I love to do with my classes. So, for this video, we are going to be listening for adjectives about the face. Okay? So I'm going to teach you a whole bunch of new words, and maybe some words you already know, when... That we can use to describe our faces. Okay? So you are going to first learn some new words and we're going to review some words; and once you have these words down, what we are going to do is I am going to describe a face to you, and while I describe it, you're going to listen carefully and you are going to draw the face. Okay? So this is what you're going to do: You're going to take your pen or your pencil, and a piece of paper, and you are going to draw what I describe. Okay? Now, it's okay if you're not a great artist; you don't have to be for this video. You don't have to Picasso or Leonardo Da Vinci. Okay? As you can tell, I'm not the greatest of artists, so that's okay. But after you listen and you draw what I say, you're going to look at your picture and you're going to compare it to my picture or what I was describing. And then you can see: "Okay. Are these the same? Are they different? Did I follow the instructions? Did I understand these adjectives correctly?" And so this is a great way to really practice your listening, and to also learn some new words. All right? So let's get started. Ta-da. Here is my art. Okay? So I'm going to describe these pictures now, just so you learn some new words, and we're... We're also going to review maybe some words you already know. Okay? And I hope none of my drawings creep you out; I know that, you know, they might be a little bit unusual, but let's get started. So, when we're talking about faces, there's many different ways to describe a face; I've just picked two. This man has a long face. Okay? His face is in the shape of an oval, but it's also very long. Now, compare this to this person who has a round face; more like a circle. Okay? So, during the description I'm going to be describing faces, and I'm going to either use the word: "a long face" or "a round face". Okay? So, here we have the eyes, we have the nose, we have the mouth... In this picture we have lips which are these things, so we might have really red lips or big lips, like Angelina Jolie; maybe small lips, thin lips. Okay? Another thing I'm going to talk about in this video is eyebrows. So, the eyebrows are this part of your face; they're the hairy part above the eyes, here. So, I have two different types of eyebrows. These eyebrows... So you see we have eyes here. The eyebrows here are very thin; whereas these eyebrows are thick, or we can also call them bushy eyebrows. Okay? Because they almost look like bushes. Bushy or thick. Okay. Another thing you're going to hear during this listening activity is I'm going to talk about wrinkles. So, what's a "wrinkle"? Well, as you get older, your face starts to develop these lines, usually around the eyes or maybe around, you know, your smile - and we call these age lines wrinkles. Okay? So here's the spelling of that word. So, you'll be hearing this word during the listening activity. You might also hear the word "braces". So, braces are something that helps your teeth to become straight. So, during the listening, one of the people I'm going to be describing may have braces. So this is the teeth, and it's just a piece of wire that goes across the teeth to help keep the teeth straight. Okay. So, anything else on this picture? No? Let's move on to this picture. The other thing you might hear during this activity is I might be describing facial hair. So, when I'm talking about facial hair, I'm not talking about the hair on the head; I'm talking about the hair on the face. So, this man has a lot of facial hair. He has a beard, which is hair that comes from your chin, down. You might have a short beard or a very long beard. This man has a long beard. I also put a moustache on this man, so that's the facial hair or the hair under the nose - the moustache. And this is how we spell that word. […]
Kids vocabulary compilation - Words Theme collection|English educational video for kids
 
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http://www.youtube.com/user/EnglishSingsing9 Kids vocabulary compilation - Words Theme collection - Learn English for kids - English educational video This "Kids Vocabulary" category has been grouped thematically. We hope you enjoy studying with our channel videos. Have fun and subscribe to our channel. Then, you can find some more various English educational animation videos. ★ Subscribe us on YouTube: http://goo.gl/gDa963 -- Title: Kids vocabulary compilation -- Action Verbs - https://goo.gl/REtlro Body - https://goo.gl/rynmya Family - https://goo.gl/fiVz0u Color - https://goo.gl/2zVeUf Human Sounds - https://goo.gl/JDnWSo Clothes - https://goo.gl/YX4Nao Fruits & Vegetables - https://goo.gl/hZa2xe Solar System - https://goo.gl/6aVs9l Opposite Words - https://goo.gl/mVahEL Olympic Sports - https://goo.gl/OPBzgD Halloween - https://goo.gl/pMlhwi Feel - https://goo.gl/XDDQLY Job - https://goo.gl/VOeV4O Shape - https://goo.gl/7TiO0e Animal Sounds - https://goo.gl/2ksxxS Calendar - https://goo.gl/T99OBU Christmas - https://goo.gl/74SBQr Thanks for checking out the "English Singsing". © Amanta Inc.
Views: 4217817 English Singsing
Beginner English Vocabulary Games
 
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Beginner English Vocabulary Games
Difficult English Vocabulary Quiz
 
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Vocabulary Builder Course: http://www.espressoenglish.net/vocabulary-builder-course Do you think you have a good understanding of English vocabulary? Today I'm sending you a challenging quiz to test your knowledge! Choose the best word to complete each sentence, then wait to see the correct answers. If you can improve your vocabulary, you'll have a lot more ways to express yourself in English. You'll be able to say exactly what you want, instead of trying desperately to think of the right word. Sometimes students ask me for lists of the "most common words" in English... but I don't think memorizing lists is the best way to study. Instead, you should learn words in context, in "families" (topics), and with visual aids (pictures). What's even more important is to practice the new words so that you don't forget them! In my Vocabulary Builder Courses, you'll learn hundreds of useful English words. Each lesson also includes a quiz and short-answer exercises to help these words stay in your memory. I hope to see you in one of the courses! http://www.espressoenglish.net/vocabulary-builder-course
Views: 122289 Espresso English
English Vocabulary: Talking about SPORTS!
 
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In this video, you will learn important vocabulary related to sports. What's the difference between a "nail-biter" and a "blowout"? Which prepositions can you use after "win" and "lose"? How do you use the verbs "beat" and "beaten"? Become a pro at speaking about soccer/football, hockey, basketball, baseball, and more in this fun and useful lesson. http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-sports/ TRANSCRIPT Oh, hey. Sorry, guys. Just watching the game. So I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on talking about sports. So today, I'm going to look at some of the basic vocabulary that we use to talk about our favorite teams, what happened in the game yesterday... And this is useful to talk about soccer, football, hockey, baseball -- almost any team sport that you can think of and maybe some single sports as well. So today, I have a sample situation. Realistic or non-realistic, depends on what year it is, I guess. Here, we have the score of a soccer game in the English Premier League. It's Arsenal 2, Chelsea 1. So some of the most common questions that you ask if you've watched the game yesterday in the past was, you know, "Who played?" "What was the score?" "Who won?" So these are the three most common questions that sports fans ask about a game that just happened. So I'm going to look at some of the most common vocab to start, and then, I'll look at some of the more specific situations. So here are five different sentences -- the five most common sentences that you use when you talk about one team defeating another team or beating another team. So if we talk about who played yesterday, you could say, "Arsenal played against Chelsea." So it's -- we say "played against"; "they played against." You could say "with", but it's not as common. Normally, we say, "They played against each other" or, "They played against one another." Now, here, the score is Arsenal 2, Chelsea 1. So we can say, "Arsenal won against Chelsea." You could also say, "Arsenal won 2-1 against Chelsea" -- the score. And very common, "Arsenal beat Chelsea." So very common verb when talking about sports is "beat". Now, on the other side, if you want to talk about the loser, we can say, "Chelsea lost against" or, "Chelsea lost to arsenal", okay? So, "Chelsea lost against arsenal. They lost to Arsenal." You can also say, "They lost 2-1." So you can give the sore as well. And finally, this is the passive construction. Here, we have, "Arsenal beat Chelsea." And in the passive sense, you can say, "Chelsea were beaten by Arsenal." So we don't say "were beat". The past participle of "beat" is "beaten", so you have to say, "Chelsea were beaten by Arsenal. They were beaten 2-1". Okay? Again, no offense to Chelsea fans. I'm just an arsenal supporter, so that's just me. Now, let's look at some other situations that happen in sports -- team sports specifically. Here, we have some different scores, different situations. So here, we have a game where it's Manchester United and Liverpool, and the score was 1-1. So we can say, "The game ended in a draw" or, "The game ended in a tie." So these are the two words that you need to know if the score is the same. So if the score is 1-1, 2-2, 0-0, you can say, "The game ended in a draw" or, "The game ended in a tie." You can also just say, "They tied" or, "They tied 1-1." "They tied 2-2." Okay? Here, we have another situation. Arsenal 5, Everton 0. So in this situation, Arsenal won by a large difference of goals. So if one team dominates the other team on the scoreboard, we can say, "It was a blowout." So here, we have "blowout". So think of the words "blow out". So here, we can say that "Arsenal blew Everton out." So, "They blow them out." "Arsenal blew Everton out." And you can also use the passive where "Everton, they were blown out." So here, you use, "They were blown out" in the passive construction for Everton. "They were blown out. Arsenal blew them out." Okay? And here, "The game was a blowout. It was not even close. It was not close." Now, here, we have Real Madrid 3, Barcelona 2. It sounds like a very exciting game, a close game. So if you have a close game, you can just say, "It was a close game." If you want to get a little bit more -- I'll use the term "slangy", I guess. Use a little bit more slang. You can say, "It was a nail-biter." So think of your nails and -- you're watching the game. It's so exciting. It's so close, and you're so nervous that you're biting your nails. So you can say, "The game was a nail-biter. It was a close game." Okay?
11 Songs for English Fluency [Learn English With Music]
 
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Learn English – Vocabulary & Expressions for POKER and other card games
 
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Do you know how to play the game of poker? If so, can you play it in English? After watching this fun lesson, you will be able to play a game of poker or any other card game using English vocabulary. You might also be surprised to know that this vocabulary appears in movies a lot! I will teach you the card names, suits, and the names of some combinations to help you win! You will learn the meaning of "bluff", "royal flush", "full house", "poker face", "three of a kind", and more. So grab your best lucky charms, and get ready to play. Good luck! Take the quiz on this lesson at: http://www.engvid.com/vocabulary-expressions-for-poker-and-other-card-games/ TRANSCRIPT Oh, there we are. Hi there. Welcome to poker night with Ronnie. Do you know how to play poker? Maybe? Do you know how to play poker in English? I'm going to teach you. I know how to play poker. I am not very good at playing poker; I always seem to get really terrible cards, no fault of my own. Very skilled in the game, just bad luck. Luck of the draw is not with me. I'm going to put my old-school video camera away, and we're going to learn how to play some poker in English. So, the first thing that we need to know about poker is it's a game. Woo-hoo. It's become very, very, very popular online because you can get a lot of money. The way I learned to play poker was my father taught me, after many a grape soda, sitting around the kitchen table, betting matchsticks. So, welcome to my childhood. I learned how to play poker. What did you do? The most important thing is to learn the name of the cards in English. So, probably you know: A, K, Q, J, 10, and the numbers, but these actually have names. The "A" is the Ace. The "K" is the King. The "Q" is the Queen. The Jack is the "J". Then it goes from 10 all the way down to 2. There is no 1. Sometimes the ace can be used as a 1, but that's too complicated, and I'm not going to tell you my tricks. Well, you're going to lose anyway, so might as well. The other thing that we need to know is what to call the cards. So, these are suits. Not... Suit? Suit, suit, suits... Suits, they're called... I don't know why they're called suits, they're just suits. So, the suits means: Hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades. Now, when I was a child, I had a very stupid brother. Still do. Mm-hmm. And for some reason, he said shovels. Okay? It's a spade, buddy; not a shovel. Get it right. Okay? So, hearts, diamonds, clubs, and spades are the proper names of these. So, now you know the vocabulary of the wor-... Of the cards. I'm going to teach you some verbs that you need. The first one probably you know, is a bluff. "Bluff" means you have a face... Oh, Lady Gaga go away. Mm-hmm. Poker Face. Do you know what that means? "Poker face" means you are expressionless. Usually you have a baseball hat, so people can't see your eyes. But a bluff is when you do not let your face show your cards or what you're doing. So, if you're betting money or matchsticks and you want to bluff, you're going to pretend that you have a fabtabulous hand. Now, "the hand" means what cards you have. So, I'm going to pretend that I have the highest cards ever, called a "royal flush". So I would not make expressions with my face, and I would bet a lot of money. I would be bluffing, because maybe I have really, really bad cards. I always have bad cards. So, "bluff" means to, like, lie and pretend you have really, really good cards. The most important word is "bet". "Bet" means you put in money that you're going to lose or win, depending. Before they even deal the cards-"deal the cards" means you give them to people- there's something called an "ante". An "ante", not your mother's sister, means a forced bet before the deal. So, if we were playing cards or playing poker, and I have lots of money, I would ante $100. I would never do that. And then everyone else that wants to play would have to put in, automatically, $100, even before we look at our cards. Scary. What happens is we have the first bet is called "open". So, it would be my turn, I could open, which means I would put in money; or if I did not want to, I could "check" or "pass". This means I don't want to play with money. I'm just like: "No. Enh, we'll see what happens." If I have a really, really, really terrible hand, which means my cards are not good, I would do what's called "folding" or "fold". I would say: "Fold." Fold means: "This is terrible, I'm out. I end the game. I'm no longer playing this." When you bet, you can "call", which means you match what the other person has bet. For example, if the person before me bet $10, I would call, and I also would put in $10. If I wanted to get more money from people, I would "raise the pot", which means I would put in my $10, and I would add more money. So, if I had a really good hand, I would say: "I call the 10, and I raise you 50." So the other people playing, if they wanted to stay in the game, would have to put in $50.
How to increase your vocabulary
 
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http://www.engvid.com Here are some great tips for remembering your vocabulary and learning new words. This lesson will show you how to learn more than one new word at a time and how to practice learning and remembering words that will improve all areas of your English quickly. Watch the video, then take the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/how-to-increase-your-vocabulary/
ESL Warmer: Yes, No, Stand up
 
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Learn English - Travel Vocabulary
 
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http://www.engvid.com/ Learn important, basic words you will need when you travel. Knowing a little English vocabulary can help a lot when you are travelling. Whever you are going in the world, you can almost always find someone who speaks some English. I'll teach you how a "tourist attraction" is different from a "tourist trap". What about "sight seeing"? Do you know what an "itinerary" is? Do you have your travel documents? Get ready for your English to take flight! http://www.engvid.com/travel-vocabulary/ Hi. James, from EngVid. I was just about to plan my vacation. I'm going to take a long flight to Europe. I'm trying to remember luggage and baggage things, you know? It's kind of hard to do. But this is a lesson for you if you've been working a lot, you need some time off. Now, there's a video I would like you to go check out. That's on time off. It goes with this one. You might want to go away somewhere and not just stay home, right? So this video is for you. This is basic vocabulary on vacation. When you leave and maybe you go to an English speaking country and you want to practice your English, this stuff will be good for you to enjoy your time there, also to make it easy for you when you arrive. Are you ready? Let's go to the board. Mr. E, Mr. E! It's a mystery where he is. It's no mystery. And you thought I forgot. Mr. E has been on vacation with me, and he's enjoying this particular attraction. So let's go to the board. Now, if you're going to go on vacation, one of the first things you will have to do if you're leaving your country is you're going to need some travel documents. What are those? Documents. A "document" is a paper or something with information that tells you something is okay or outlines it for you. For example, your passport is a document given by the government with your picture on it that says you are a citizen of this country, and you are legal. You are a good person. Okay? Now, when you're leaving for a flight, or you want to go to another country, you're going to need travel documents first. Trust me; show up at the airport and go, "I leave now. I go to Canada." They will go, "And the car is that way. Go home, crazy man. Okay?" So we need travel documents. So what are "travel documents"? Well, "travel documents" would be your passport, government identification, usually needed at most places the travel. Inside of a country, not necessary for most places. But leaving the country, you have to have it. Okay? So if you're in the European Union, no problem. If you're in Canada and the United States, you don't need one. But as soon as you leave these countries, you need a passport. What's another thing you need? Well, you need what's called a "boarding pass". If you play soccer, you kick the ball; the other guy, he catches it; you "pass" right? The ball goes from one player to another. A "boarding pass" is what allows you to go from one country to another country. You show the person on the airplane this piece of paper with your passport, and they say, "You know what? You can come on the plane and fly, like the pass." Kick, catch, other country. Cool? All right. So these are your travel documents. You need those. Now, I should have started with you need to make a plan because you want to go visit some place. You want to go on vacation, right? And if you want to go on vacation, well, going to have to -- I said "vacation". A "vacation" is a holiday, another word for saying "time off from work". All right? So you want to go on vacation. Sometimes, we say, "We're going to vacation in Italy." Or "on my vacation, I want to visit Italy." Or "I'm taking a holiday in Italy." Okay? So all these words, when people say, "Well, what are you doing on your time off?" You might go, "I'm going on vacation." Then they know you're leaving. If you just say, "I'm taking time off from work", you could be home cleaning. But no. You're saying, "I'm going on vacation." They're going to go, "Where are you going to visit? Italy, perhaps? Sicily? Is it going to be a good holiday?" And you go, "Yes. I earned my time." "Earned" means to work for something. "I earned my time off. I'm going on vacation."
39 Minutes of Advanced English Listening Comprehension
 
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Beginner English Vocabulary Class, games
 
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Beginner English Vocabulary Class, games
6 Books for Improving Your English: Advanced English Lesson
 
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Practice English PHRASAL VERBS with this game
 
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If you're learning English, you know how hard it is to learn phrasal verbs. It feels like there are thousands of them to remember! What if I told you I've found a way to incorporate learning phrasal verbs into a little game you can play with your friends? In this video, I will show you how to do it. Not only can my version of the game help you have a bit of fun while learning, but it will also challenge your memory and speed. It's easy to learn, and you can do it with a friend either in person or online. So watch the video, and challenge your friends to a game. You might even learn a few things from them! Take the quiz on this video: https://www.engvid.com/practice-english-phrasal-verbs-with-this-game Next, watch this video that will teach you my "WORD WEBS" method for learning 10x the amount of vocabulary: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_aA-Hc74Ag&index=36&t=0s&list=PL1MxVBsQo85qbTHKgEgpCh7ytX9uyIsYY TRANSCRIPT Concentration. It is necessary to be really good at what you're doing. I wonder if we can play a game today. Hi. James from engVid. I was reading a book on concentration, and it dawned on me... And "to dawn on you" means I understood something that a lot of times when we play games, we concentrate, we really concentrate, we enjoy it and we learn a lot. And what I'm thinking today is that I would like to teach you a game that could help you concentrate and learn grammar easily and make it fun. I know that sounds like that doesn't make sense, it's like opposites, but bear with me. Stay with me and let's see where we go. Okay? So, Mr. E's playing a game. Some of you know this as tic-tac-toe, some of you know it as Xs and Os, and I'm going to use this game here to help you learn phrasal verbs. Very difficult subject for a lot of people, and today I hope to make it easy and fun. You will be able to do this by yourself and do it with a friend or family, or other students. You ready? Let's go to the board. Because as E says, he wins and you can, too. So, first I'm going to look at is preposition, and I'm going to pick one. Because when we play this game of Xs and Os, you can see the board is here, we're going to play and I'm going to teach you how to use this preposition with these verbs to create phrasal verbs. Now, one of the things we want to do is figure out what "up" means. You don't have to do this. You can just go in... You're on the internet, and you could look up these verbs, and see, you know, the phrasal verb "pull up", what does it mean? "Pick up", "close up", but today I'm going to help you with "up". We actually have a video with phrasal verbs on it, or many videos, where you can go and research and find out what these ones mean and other ones. And I believe I did one that gives you a method for "up", "down", and other phrasal verbs. Go check it out. www.engvid.com. Right? So: "up". "Up" can mean more. Okay? "Increase", "closer", "improve", "finish", or "end". So, when you know that "up" can mean these things, it means when we use these words here, we add "up", it will change the meaning of each word and give it a new meaning with the two words combined. For instance: "pull up". When we pull up it means to get closer, so when an English-speaking person says to you: "Please pull up a chair", it means get a chair and sit close with us. "Pull up" means closer, move closer. "Pick up". "Pick up" has several meanings but I'm not going to go into all of them. I'm going to give you one that you can use now. If you say: "I will pick you up at 4 o'clock or 5", it means I will come to a place you are at, meet you, and we will go together. A lot of times when someone says "pick you up" it means they will either have a taxi or a car, and they will take you, transport you with them. That's why they're picking you up, or they would say: "I would come to your house". "Close up", when you close up a store it means to shut, finish, and you end the work, so you close the door and go home. "We going to close up at about 6 o'clock." We will finish working about 6 o'clock. "Lift up", well, this pen, lift it up. We could say it more, and I should have added "move", right? Because when you lift something up, you take it from a lower position, you put it to a higher position. "Brighten up". "Brighten up" means to go bright, so we go from... Well, let's look here: Purple, this is brightened up. It's not clean, it's not perfect, but it's brighter. Right? So "brighten up" means to give more light. Or it could mean make happier. "He brightened up at the prospect of going out." He got happier. "Hold up" means to make wait. If you're saying: "What's holding up the train?" It means: "Why is the train staying here? Why is it waiting?" "Shot up", it means to go straight up. "The rock got shot up into the sky". "Clean up" means to clean. "Let's clean up the room." Let's clean it up, make it better. In this case, improve the condition of the room. "Take up" means review. […]
English Vocabulary: Talking about WORK
 
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Do you have a job? Do you know how to talk about it in English? In this vocabulary lesson, I will teach you some basic English words and expressions we use to talk about work. This lesson features vocabulary like "shift", "overtime", "get off", and common sentences such as, "I'm not getting enough hours", "I need to come in early", and "I need to stay late." Do not miss this essential lesson, and make sure to do the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/english-vocabulary-talking-about-work/ to review your new vocabulary! TRANSCRIPT Hey, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this vocabulary lesson on talking about work. In this lesson, we will learn some phrases that we use to talk about work with our friends, family, colleagues, etc. So, you will see some sentences, as well as some questions that you can use to talk about your job. So, let's start with some basic questions that people might ask about your work, your job. For example, the most basic one, if you have a job: "Where do you work?" Right? Where do you work? Do you work at Microsoft, maybe? Do you work at Google? Do you work somewhere else? And, this is a very common question, especially if you don't have, you know, like a set schedule where you work, you can say: "Hey. When do you start?" Right? If you ask a person: "When do you start? Do you start at 8 o'clock? 9 o'clock? 10 o'clock?" This might be a common question, you know, if you're wondering if you can have breakfast with someone or maybe lunch with someone, depending on if they work in the afternoon, if they work in the morning, etc. And obviously, you can also ask when a person finishes their job. "When do you finish?" Okay? Two other ways that we can ask when a person is finished are: "Hey. When are you off?" Okay? So, if you say: "When are you off?" you know, you're asking them: What time do you finish? Same with this: "When do you get off work?", "When do you get off work?", "When do you finish work?" All right? So, again, you can say: "When do you finish?", "When are you off?", "When do you get off work?" Now, some sentences that we can use. You can say: "Oh, I work day shift.", "I work afternoon shift." or "I work night shift." Now, a shift is basically the time... The period of time, the block of time of work that you do. So, if you work in a factory, usually factories, a lot of them are open 24 hours per day. They have some people who work in the daytime, some people work in the afternoon, some people work at nighttime. So you can say: "Oh, I'm on day shift.", "I am on afternoon shift.", "I am on night shift." Instead of saying, you know: "I work day shift, afternoon shift, night shift", you can also say: "I'm on days.", "I'm on afternoons.", "I'm on nights." And this can change, depending on how your schedule works. You can say: "I'm on afternoons this week, but next week I'm on days." And again, this is important information, depending on who you're talking to, if they want to get together with you for something, it's important to know. -"What shift are you on next week?" -"Next week I'm on nights, so that means that we can get together for dinner before I start work." Okay? Now, "overtime". "Overtime" is time that you work longer than you are expected to legally work. So, for example, in most companies... I'm just going to talk about the North American context. Typically, one week a person is expected to work in most jobs 40 hours per week. If you work beyond that, you can work overtime. Right? You work overtime. Or if you work eight hours per day, if you work more than eight hours per day, you work overtime. So a person, your friends, colleague, family member can ask you: "Hey. Are you doing overtime tonight?" Or: "Are you working overtime tonight?" And short form for overtime: you can also say "OT". "Are you doing OT tonight?" You can say: "Yeah, I'm staying OT." Or: "I'm staying for two hours of OT." for example. Okay, next: maybe a common sentence for you, maybe not; depends on who you are. So, for example, here I wrote: "Jackie called in sick last Friday." So if you are sick and you call your job to tell them: "I'm sick. I can't come today." you are calling in sick. So the phrase is "call in". Okay? You might... Your friend might also tell you: "Hey. Monday, you know, we're going to have a big party on Sunday night, so Monday you're going to be very tired. Just call in. Call in." Or: "Call in sick". Okay? I'm not recommending this, but it's something people do. Next: "I need a vacation." And if you want to say you have been working really hard, one expression you can use is: "I've been working like a dog." Okay? You think of a dog like [pants like a dog] like this, if you are working very hard, you can say: "I've been working like a dog."
Second Language Teaching Games: ChooChoo Advanced (English)
 
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Second Language Teaching Games: ChooChoo Advanced (English)
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Vocabulary building  learning with games
 
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Vocabulary building is an integral part of spoken English learning. The words help us make sentences. Here is an interesting way to build a powerful vocabulary. Games in the vedio:- 1) Word memory 2) Word power Learn and enjoy!!
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English Listening Practice: Improve your vocabulary!
 
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Want to practice your listening and learn some new vocabulary? In this video, you will play an English listening game. First, I will teach you some new vocabulary and review English prepositions which we will use in our fun listening practice. Next, you will listen to me describe a picture and you will draw the picture. At the end of the lesson, you can see how well you listened to my instructions. Are our pictures the same or different? You can listen to this video as many times as you like to get more practice and you can play this listening activity with your friends or classmates. Try my quiz at the end to see how many new words you remember. https://www.engvid.com/english-listening-practice-vocabulary-prepositions/ TRANSCRIPT Hello. My name is Emma, and today we have a great lesson plan for you. In today's lesson we are going to practice listening. Okay? We're going to practice listening, and we're also going to learn some new words, we're going to learn about shapes, as well as prepositions. Okay? So, in this video you will also get to do a listening activity and I'll explain a little bit about that in a moment. So first we are going to learn shapes, and these are some examples of shapes, then we are going to learn about prepositions. You might be wondering: "What is a preposition?" Well, a preposition is a short word like: "on", "above", "below". And after that we're going to do a listening activity where you're going to listen to me describe shapes and prepositions. For the listening activity you will need two things: A piece of paper and a pencil or a pen. This is an active video so you will actually be doing something while watching. Okay, so let's get started on shapes. So I have here some major shapes in English. We have a triangle, we have a circle, square, a heart, and this one is a star. In our listening activity later, you will be drawing a triangle, a circle, a square, a heart, and a star. Okay? So these are the words we'll be using in this video. We will also be using some prepositions. So a preposition is a short word that shows the relationship between two things. So that's confusing to a lot of students. An easier way I like to think about prepositions is they can... They can describe where something is. Okay? So they often answer the question of: Where? So, for example, I have here our triangle and our circle, and I have the preposition "on". So if we look at this, I could say: "There is a triangle on a circle." So: "There is a triangle on a circle." So we will be using the preposition "on" later in our listening activity. We also have "inside". "There is a triangle inside a circle." Another preposition is "outside". We can say: "There is a triangle outside the circle." So, here, the triangle is inside, whereas here the triangle is outside. So these are very common prepositions we use when describing where something is. Okay, we also have "above". So, "above" is a little bit different than "on". If you notice the circle, the triangle is on the circle, meaning it's touching, whereas when we're looking at "above" it can be touching, but it can also be just above. So it can touch or it can also just be above. So, for example, we have a triangle above a circle. Okay, now we have "below" and "under", two more common prepositions which we usually use in the same way. So we have here the circle. We can say: "There is a circle". Or actually we can say: "There is a triangle below the circle." Or: "There is a triangle under the circle." Okay? And now we have "to the right". We can say: "There is a triangle to the right of the circle." So notice how they're beside? This side is to the right, whereas this side is to the left. So if we look at the triangle, the triangle is beside the circle and it's also to the right of the circle. Now, compare this to "to the left". We have a triangle and a circle, and we can say: "The triangle now is to the left of the circle." Okay? So these two are opposites: "to the right" and "to the left". So these pictures help you understand these prepositions, which answer the question of: Where? So, again, we have: "on", "inside", "outside", "above", "below/under", "to the right", and "to the left". Okay, now, for the listening activity we are about to do, there are three more expressions that you will need. You will need to know: "in the center". Okay? So if I'm looking at this board, about here is in the center. Okay? So I can say: "My finger is in the center of the board." I can also say about corners. We have a corner, a corner, another corner, and another corner. Okay? So those are called corners. If I'm looking at my piece of paper from earlier, we have a corner here, a corner here, a corner here, and a corner here. So, what I can say is... If I ask you to draw something, I might tell you to draw something in the top corner, which might be here.
Health Problems - English Vocabulary
 
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English Vocabulary about common health problems. We start with different expressions that can be used to ask how somebody is. (How do you feel? How are you today? etc.) Then we have some typical responses, both positive and negative. (I feel + adjective, Not so good, Not very well, etc.) We explain the expressions "What's the matter?" and "What's wrong?" and then the common structures for a response: I have + health problem or I've got + health problem. Then we have examples of common health problems which include the following: asthma, a backache, a broken leg, a cold, a cough, an earache, a fever, the flu, a headache, heartburn, (the) measles, a rash, a sore throat, a stomachache/a stomach ache (both spellings and the difference between both), sunburn, a toothache. Then there are practice dialogues where students need to complete the blanks. There are summary charts at the end of the video. This video is ideal for ESL/ELL students. More details about saying how you feel and common health problems here: http://www.vocabulary.cl/english/health-problems.htm
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Verbling Class - Vocabulary Games
 
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Verbling Class - Vocabulary Games
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Words that belong together: Adverb-Adjective Collocations in English
 
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Does your language have words that just sound good together? In English, these are called collocations. In this important English vocabulary lesson, you'll learn 10 common adverb-adjective combinations. These include expressions such as "seriously injured", "highly probable", "totally wrong", "virtually impossible", "cautiously optimistic", and more! If you want to improve your vocabulary and sound like a native English speaker, this lesson is a must, especially for intermediate and advanced level English students. Take the quiz at http://www.engvid.com/words-that-belong-together-adverb-adjective-collocations-in-english/ and see how high you score! TRANSCRIPT That is absolutely delicious. Oh, hey. Hey, everyone. I'm Alex. Thanks for clicking, and welcome to this lesson on "Adverb and Adjective Collocations". Now, "collocations" is just another fancy way to say combinations. And specifically, these are adverbs like: "very", "really", "seriously", "incredibly", "absolutely", and adjectives like: "hot", "cold", "injured", "wet", whatever. And these are ones that go together commonly. Okay? So, let me put my coffee down, and we'll get started with the lesson. Today we're going to look at 10 of them. So, first, we have: "Seriously injured" or "Seriously hurt". If you watch a lot of sports, you will hear this. Okay? So, for example: "She was seriously injured in the 2nd half." Now, for me, when I was around 23-24 years old, I used to play football just a little bit, and one time I was playing and I twisted my ankle, and I heard the muscle rip a little bit. It was very painful, and I was seriously hurt, seriously injured, and I couldn't walk for about two weeks. So it was a... It was a tough time. All right? So, again: "seriously injured", "seriously hurt". You could just say: "hurt", "really hurt", "very hurt", but for some reason, the word "seriously" and the word "injured" have been put together time and time again. They sound beautiful together to people. Next: "highly probable", "highly likely". So, if something is highly probable, highly likely, it means there is an excellent chance that it will happen. So, in the weather report, you might hear: "Rain is highly probable tomorrow." It is highly probable that it will rain. Okay? So, very likely, very possible or probable. So, again: "highly probable", "highly likely". Next: "cautiously optimistic". Now, if you are an optimistic person but, you know, something is coming and you're optimistic, but you're carefully optimistic, you're not sure 100% how optimistic to be - you can say: "I'm cautiously optimistic." Okay? So, for example: "I'm cautiously optimistic about the next Star Trek movie." So, I have enjoyed the first two Star Trek movies directed by J. J. Abrams. There's a third one coming where he's the producer, and the director is the guy who did The Fast and the Furious. So, The Fast and the Furious director is doing a Star Trek movie, and in the trailer, like, Captain Kirk is on a motorbike? I don't know. I don't know. But I enjoyed the first two movies. I think I'll enjoy the third one, but I'm cautiously optimistic that it will be good. Okay. And if at this time the movie has been released, and hopefully it's great; if it was bad, I'm sorry. Next: "totally wrong", "totally wrong". All right? So, you could just say something is wrong, but people commonly say: "That is totally wrong." All right? "Your answer was totally wrong." Totally incorrect. Absolutely incorrect. Okay? So, you can imagine you can use this in a variety of contexts. Next: "incredibly lazy". Okay? So: "He was incredibly lazy as a kid." Like, let's say this kid, whoever he was, just played video games all day, ate Doritos chips, drank Coke, skipped school all the time. I don't know, never did anything. His parents told him to do stuff, he didn't do it. He was incredibly lazy. So you can say: "Oh my god, my sister is so incredibly lazy." Or: "She is so incredibly lazy." My uncle, or my cousin, or my aunt, or my best friend is incredibly lazy. They are so lazy that it is incredible. All right? So, let's go and look at five more. "Virtually impossible". So, "virtually impossible" means something is practically, or almost, absolutely not possible. So: "This quiz is virtually impossible!" Some video games, if they're very difficult, you're like: "This game is virtually impossible to beat! I can't finish it." Like Dark Souls. Or when I was a kid... What was a game that was really difficult to beat? I had this game for the Nintendo Entertainment System called Time Lord, and I could never get past, like, the fourth level. It was a pirate ship, and I had no idea how to finish it. Or the original Ninja Turtles video game for the NES was also virtually impossible. Bad memories. Okay. "Absolutely incredible". So, at the time of this video, you know, Star Wars episode seven is kind of a big deal, and I would say that: "Star Wars was absolutely incredible!"
ESL Activities - "Find the Words"
 
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How to teach English videos http://eslinsider.com/how-to-teach-english-videos/misc-esl-games-activities ESL Activities - "Find the Words"
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